Highlighting News, Trends and Best Practices in Risk Management and Property & Casualty Insurance

Risk Management: Mergers & Acquisitions Webinar on March 23rd

Posted by Rachel Smith on Mar 20, 2017 2:54:59 PM

Join Ironwood Partner/Vice President, Rick Frederick, as he joins the panel discussion on highlighting the role a robust diligence process plays in a successful transaction. This panel of highly esteemed experts will emphasize how risk/insurance, legal and accounting diligence are interconnected and critical components of the overall diligence effort.

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Topics: Property&Casualty, Insurance, Risk Management, Webinar, Mergers, Acquisitions, Due Diligence

Working From Home

Posted by Rachel Smith on Apr 1, 2016 11:52:38 AM

Trending Topic: Working From Home

With longer commutes, improved technology and flexible work schedules, more businesses are allowing employees to work from home or telecommute.

The numbers of telecommuters are increasing. Are businesses managing the risks involved in employing a telecommuting workforce?

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Topics: EmployeeBenefits, Risk Management, Employer Services, Talent Management, Trending Topic, Liability, Telecommuting

2016 P&C Insurance Market Outlook

Posted by Rachel Smith on Jan 29, 2016 7:00:00 AM

What To Expect:

As we move into 2016, Ironwood is prepared to provide our clients with professional council on all of their risk and insurance needs.  

"2016... The Year Ahead" reviews highlights from the past year in the Property and Casualty Insurance Marketplace and predicts what will happen in 2016.  

Download our white paper and read what we foresee our industry will experience in the coming months.

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Topics: Property&Casualty, Insurance, Insurance Brokerage, Risk Management, Insurance Coverage, Industry Trends

New OSHA Reporting Requirement

Posted by Rachel Smith on Dec 8, 2014 7:00:00 AM

NEW OSHA REPORTING REQUIREMENT

Effective January 1, 2015 new reporting rules take effect for severe injury and illness under OSHA.  Under the new rules, all workplace fatalities must be reported to OSHA within 8 hours of the accident and all work related hospitalizations, amputations and loss of an eye within 24 hours. The previous requirements only required reporting when there was a fatality or three or more workers were hospitalized in the same incident.

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Topics: Property&Casualty, Insurance, Insurance Brokerage, Alert, OSHA, Risk Management

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